Afghan rocket attack

Death toll in Kabul rocket attacks rises to 8. More than 31 more wounded after 23 rockets were fired on different parts of Kabul.

When rocket lands near a restaurant in Shahr-e-Naw area in Kabul this morning. Five civilians were killed, 25 more wounded in the rocket attacks in the city, according to Public Health Ministry.

Afghan rockets attack in central Afghanistan kill eight person and 20 wounded.

US Chargé d’Affaires Ross Wilson condemns Kabul rocket attacks and says “Afghans should not have to live in terror.” “The United States will continue to work with our Afghan partners to prevent such attacks and hold their perpetrators to account,” he says.

EU mission in Afghanistan condemns Kabul rocket attacks and says it is “a horrendous act and violation of International Humanitarian Law.” “We stand with the people of Afghanistan longing for peace and a daily life without violence,” EU says

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One rocket landed within the compound of Iran’s Embassy in Kabul this morning but had no casualties, the Iranian embassy says in a statement

Some of the wounded in this morning’s rocket attacks in Kabul were taken to Emergency Hospital in Kabul. Three people were killed, 11 more wounded in the rocket attacks, the Kabul.

Several Rockets Land in Various Areas in Kabul and in downtown Kabul : Police

Turkey strongly condemns this morning’s rocket attacks in Kabul, “which indiscriminately, heedlessly targeted civilians,” the Turkish embassy in Kabul says.

Abdullah Abdullah, head of the High Council for National Reconciliation, on Friday met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Istanbul and exchanged views on the Afghan peace process, the talks in Doha and bilateral relations.

Erdogan said that his country supports the peace that is supported by the people of Afghanistan, Abdullah’s office said in a statement

UK embassy in Kabul calls Kabul rocket attacks “more indiscriminate violence towards innocent civilians,” and says, “those responsible must be held to account.” “We stand with the people of Kabul and Afghanistan who have suffered for too long,” the embassy says.

Published by Naresh Sagar

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